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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, MAR. 20, 1912.
Tor nix months, three-lit droom cot
tage, partly furnished, Sixth Ave :
tvvo iiiliiiitcH (rum cnr line. Address
l. O liox 121. .Mi.'.-St
l'ut ulnlK-d, a cosy cottage, lnoiUlto
piuof, sultnhlu fur fine or two'gen
tlciiien. A. Douse, 10th Af, Knl
No. 1115 l.iiniilllu Ht. Blx rooms; mod
ern; col. Hint 3i. Apply at 1327
l.urge ruutn In center nf town; Miltnlile
fur line iir two young men. Call 1167
Unluii Ht. ClHl-tf
Hiimll furnished cottage, h 1 Young
Ht , near Thomas Square. GlM-3t
The property known the Wilder
building, corner of fort and Queen
stieets. Dimensions 41itl. The build
In will be remodeled to suit tenant
Apply to C. llrewer Co, Ltd.
FURNI8HED KOOM FOR RENT.
No. 73 Uerelahla Ht Electric lights
and running water In euch room,
I'rlce reasonable. J. U. Townsend,
Tliu Argonaut Rooms with or Willi
nit Im.ird; hot or i-iild hnths. C27
llcictnula HI.: t'liimu 1308.
Trout roiiiii iiioiitiilto-proof( hot ami
old hath; on car line 7.1C I.uim-
lllii, near Klmiu DlKT-lw
Wnlklkl Furnished rooms. Good sea
bathing. Inquire at It.irim's (lynmn
Clean furglshed rooms; GOc a night,
2 it week. 12S1 Port Ht.
ROOM AND BOARD.
Furnished room and board In private
house, walking distance from post
uttlce. Address "11. II,", Ilulletln of
Furnished rooms, with board, at Hus
tucrt collage, We'klkl. Oenllemen
Large airy mom for couple, with hourd,
In pilvulo fiiinlly. 1912 King Ht.
Nicely - furnished rooms with board
Apply 13CC King Ht.; Phone 2M9.
InternatUiuul help of all kinds, Nil
tlomilltles at our choice. Phone
2913. C. II. Young. Itooin 303 Judd
Japanese cook, waiter, yard boy. Mat
Bumoto, 900 Alukeu St., near King.
Phone 17G0. 1070-tf
Japunese Kmployment Olllce Ito, IJer
eluntu Bt nr. Punchbowl. Phone
PIIOST HAI.OON Fine wtnea and liq
uors. Cull and see us. K. Hasukl,
prop. lleretunla and Muunakea 8ts.
Flowers, Lois to order at Julia Kala
klnlu, Puuahl and Nuuanu; Tel. 3178.
Pacific Klectrlc Co. Motor and dynamo
repairing a specialty. Motors and
generators of all capacity for "ale.
134 H. lleretunla Ht.; TeL 3131.
Any kind second-hand furniture bought
mid sold, Mattresses made to order,
II. Himilil. cor. Vineyard und Kmina
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
fleorga Yumuda, general contractor.
Estimates furnished. 201 UcCandless
llldg.; Phone 21(7.
Klrat-claas livery turnouts at reason
able rates. Territory Livery Stable,
948 King; phone 2S3t.
for hire, sevHii-acuted Packard. Phone
1011. Young Ilotrl Stand; Charles
Dr. H. Ochlal Strictly private. 34 S
lleretunla Ave i Phone 3932.
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIANOi
Ht Hotel Btreet Phone 2111
You must get the II u 1 1 e 1 1 u to
We lead, others follow," In the manu
facture of carbonated beverages. One
price to all. Free delivery. Phone
3022. Honolulu Hodu Wuler Co., Ltd.,
34A North lleretunla St.; Chas. E.
Fralier, munager. 4941-t(
Hallway .Mull Clerks month. Ho-
hiilulii examination May 4, Prepar
ation free. Franklin Institute, Wept.
43&.M, ltuchcsUr, N V. GICl-lm
llxperlcnced snlesinnn to handle n Rood
selling Una on the road, llox 1234,
Ilulletln olllce. G174-tf
To rent Kentle horse and buggy for
extended period Address "W. V. K.".
Hxperleneed fruit man wants to rep
resent rrlluhln produce commission
house In Han Francisco. Hmnll
weekly salary. Attractive proposi
tion. Worth Investigating Address
I! Vlnce, 412 Wavls St. ClCC-lm
rnmlly going to Coast on .Mongolia
wishing help with children for part
fare, address "M II," lliilletln olllce,
Key ring with three keys, between Uni
versity Chili mid Monnii Hotel. Ad
dress "II K.", euro Ilulletln.
Inn piano-box buggy, rubber-tired, In
good condition; used only eight
months. One child's enameled Iron
bed, wllli spring and hnlr mattress.
One small Ice box. Address 1 O.
llox SOI. r.ltCl-.Tt
1912 lliipmoblle runabout; 2UO0 miles
mileage only, lluggy top and cover,
wind shield, speedometer, fnro doors,
tire and trunk rack. Address "Navy."
Ilulletln olllce. M83-lw
The Trnnno envelope a time-saving
Invention. No addressing necessary
In sending nut hills or recelpta. Ilul
letln Publishing Co., aole agents for
For sate (one-third cash, lulancu on
time) or rent, 7-room house. Fur
particulars ring up Tel, 22T,G, be
tween 12 and . or lM'J any time.
Now G-rooin bungalow, Kullhl; lot
CCWx2I8; 12000; eusy terms. A. II.
Dondero, 83 Merchant St.; Phone
Uargulns In reul estate, on sea-shore.
plains and hills. "Pratt," 101 Stan
genwald lildg.; Telephone ltOl.
One ahnrn dividend-bearing llldalgo
rubber stock. Address Hlwel, Hulln
Inter-Island und Ouhu Railroad ship
ping books, at Ilulletln office. tf
AUTO FOR 8ALE.
1911 Ford touring car. Kershner Vul
canizing Co., Ltd. 0186-tf
BUY AND SELL.
Diamonds, watches and jewelry bought,
sold and exchunged. J. Carlo. Fort St.
1117 FORT 8TREET
10 TO 50 REDUCTION
Main Entrancel Near Hotel Street
1140 FORT STREET
B E R Q ITROM M U 8 1 C C O
CiAA Palliuja1 Rtnrlf Fart 8lra1
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Odd Fellows' Block
OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT
FOR SPRING WEAR
J. E. ROCHA
Tailor for Men and Women
HOTEL STREET Next Y. M. C. A.
AltR Tim I.ATH3T CREA
TIONS AT PltlCHS WITHIN
iihacii or anyoni: desir
ous of Tin: liiisT.
JEWELER8 113 HOTEL 8T.
llroken lenses repluced quick und
Hpeclal lenses ground to order,
llroken frumes repaired promptly.
A. N. SANF0RD
Botton Building Fort Street
Over Miy & Co.
OKOLEHAO HAWAIIAN LIQUOR
AMERICAN and SCOTCH WHISKIE8
RED, WHITE and SPARKLING
LARGE and SMALL BOTTLES
Sptclol Attention Paid to Family
ROSA & CO.,
Corner Queen and Alakea Streets
TRY THE NEW HONOLULU BREW
A HOME BEER
FOIl SAI.K AT AM. IIAB8
You'll llnd tliij're nil good fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort. 1). II. Pmls, l'roji.
Watch Us Grow
James Guild Company
HOU8E FURNISHING GOODS
Collin Block Telephone 3591
K. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
Cor. King nud Fori Sts., HONOLULU
Hnritniiro, I'uliiM and Oils, Ship
chandlery, SIovik, t'rorkerr, UIuks
nare ami Klkhcn lUenslls; NportliiK
(.'ooiIb, (iuus, Iteioliers und Aniniuul
Hon. W. C. Achi
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kaplolanl Building Honolulu, I. H.
P. O. Box eot
IN FIRST PLACE
Associated Press Cable. 1
KAROO. S. I).. March 1!). Senator
Robert l-u Follclte, leader of the In
mirgi'ht movement bill snpscd to bo
n hack-number In the succeeding Ira
gtcsslve Uepiibllcnn movement, won
hands down the choice of thin State
for the Presidential nomination In the.
lest primaries held today They wore
the first primaries under the recent
challenge from Iloosevolt to Taft.
Mthough the suggestion for them
came In the form of a challcngo from
HoosBVelt'a campaign malinger. Sen
ator Dixon, to Representative McKln
Icy, standard hearer of the Taft
forces, both Roosevelt and Taft were
left In the cold by this State.
Roosevelt was second, however,
while Taft trailed third. The exact
figure have not been reached hut I. a
Follntte's manager claims for him a
plurality of 17,000 over his pnweiful
,.,, ,. ,. t t
The result of the primaries has come
ilH U WllUt li III (tun aim iiviRHiiii, iiih
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Progressive States ami the country In
general, ns the political situation must
be recapitulated. Ui Follette, eclips
ed by Roosevelt, was supposed to have
been out of the race In favor of the
Oyster Hay candidate.
LITTLE COAL FOR
WASIUNOTON, I). C. March 19.
With the navy yards of the country
short of coal and the foreign steam
ship tines outbidding the Covernment
the Navy Department Is now becoming
anxious before tho predicament facing
It when the general coal striko Is ex
tended to America.
The approaching possibility nf a
coal striko backing up the nurojieaii
strike has Just been forcibly Impress
ed upon the department. A hasty In
ventory of the coal now held by tho
(lovernmcnt at Its various stations
gave additional cause for alarm. Upon
Its venture Into the market as n bid
der, however, it found Itself outbid by
foreign steamer lines, which are now
depending on America for their coal
Tho United Slates and Ilrltlsh nav
ies aie now both lu the samo box.
EXPOSING LETTER8 OF
THE SUGAR TRUST.
NEW YORK, N. Y.. Mnrcli-19. The
commencement of documentary evl-l
deuce In the gient Sugar Trust cases'
here today added Impetus to tho ex-'
cltement which lias been gindttully
giowlug over them.
Untied Stales District Attorney
Wise nrfeted III evidence, ami llnallv
hud nctepled, coiiesinileiice betwieit
the late Henry O. Havemcver .mil
John II. Parsons. Ills object, ho an
nounced, was In show that n loan to
(iciirr.ll Segal had lit en used bv them
as a club to secure rontiol of his ic
fliiery. 'Segal squirming," vvroto Parsons In
one nf the letters, dated III .Mine,
GERMAN BALLOONISTS INJURED.
STItAHUUIKI. (Icrmnliv, March 13
Death will probably write the lln.il
chanter t(i one of the must thrilling
dramas of the nlr yet recorded In ae
ronautics this cnr. Two lieutenants.
In the Herman army eseclally detail
ed to the aviation corps arc the vie
IIiiih. They wero making observations, from
a captive balloon this nftenioon when
through an accident the anchor-rnpo
broke and the balloon commenced to
drift nwny. After somo frnntlp nt
tempu hud been made tn lei the e.is
out and sink hack In earth, the bal
loon suddenly hurst Into flame It fell
almost at once, both Its occupants
falling with It.
IN CALIFORNIA TOWN.
VISAt.lA. Cnl.. Mnich 10- In at
tempting In put nut a lire destroying
the ham, the Thompson family of thu
place were probably fatally Injured by
Itllo it v liTftuliitU (if unina Fiit trill I jin .It tin.
,iv vrt inninii in roiur iin huiit.il n 3 ni-
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er and three clilldieii were nil near the
hlaie at the time It occurred and all
were horribly Injured by Hying lumber
and the forro of the explosion.
ANOTHER BLOW AT
CHIHUAHUA, Mex Morcli I'.i. -
Ooiiernl Soto Parral, commanding tho
federal gurilson entrusted with the
defense of this city against the rebels
today went over tn tho rebel forces
himself, taking with him all tho troops
stationed In the city.
I.OS AN(li:M, Cnl.. March 10.
"Unrle Tom" McCurey of this city,
builder of McCarey's Pavilion und
one of the hcst-kiiowu fight magnates
on the Slope, today orfered John Kll
bano of Cleveland l.'O.ooi) for his cx-
I Enhance Your Beauty
by keeping your skin tweet,
healthful and attractive, with
Sola by i
iUtk m krawe, SOc.
There Is a Certain
Loss or Gain
In prestige in, the company you do not keep as
well as in that you do.
Your most progressive competitors are re
presented in the BULLETIN columns : if
you are not you are losing a certain business
prestige that is no doubt, even now, evident in
your cash and credit sales.
BULLETIN Readers are in the majority,
and therefore so are BULLETIN Adver
tisers. Why Not Join
Profenor Tantey hat bought a tec-
ond-hand elghtyeiglit note player pl
anner an' he's got till next October t'
pay all o' 'em. Uncle Nile Turney's
nephew hat been married almost two
weeks an' he still wears white shirts.
TZttTr eil 6 y
'who have fountil
them to be invalA
uable for car-l
intf me voice.
elusive service for the next two years.
The offer followed final evidence that
voting Kilb.ine Is one of the coming
boxeiH of the eouutr.v.
MINIMUM WAGE BILL
IS PASSING THROUGH
LONDON. KiiR.. Murcli 19. Tho
House of Commons tonight passed at
first reading the (ioverninent's hill fur
n millers' minimum wage, introduced
by 1'ieiuier Asipilth, according to his
previous promise. The lesult of tho
final vote Is awaited anxiously all
over the kingdom.
MARYLAND IN LINE.
ANNAPOLIS. Mil.. March 111. Tho
Assembly of Marjlsud today lliilshed
action on a hill providing for State
wide local option. It being carried hy
a generous vote. It Is believed that
It will meet with executive approval
and Is expected to he law at once
I BANDIT MAKES BIG HAUL.
I CORINTH. Miss., Maich 19. In an
exciting hold-up of a train over tho
Mobile ft Ohio Railroad near here, this
afternoon, nn nnkr.mui bandit blow up
the safe lu the oxptcss car and sue-
ccHi-fully escaped. According to re
ports, the man got away with fully
C. Q. Yee Hop S Co.
MEAT MARKET AND IMPORTERS
flphon. No. 3461
Clothing and Shoes
Yee Chan & Co.
Btthtl and King Streets
Kam Chong Co.
GENTS' FURNISHING QOOD8
Fort snd Beretanta
FINE LINE OF DRY UOODI
WAH YING CII0NG
King Street, Ewa Fiihmirket
Wing Chong Co.
kino st, M.Ait iii:nii:ii
Dealers In Furnllurc, MultrrsM,
etc, elr. All kinds of KOA nud MIS
SION KllllMTHIK made to order.
I.Ml'dllTKH.S (IF (HtlK.NTAI, (l(l(II)H
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
Sll Nuuanu, near King SlrrcL
And Cloth of Al Quality Can lie
SA NG CHAN
I'. (I. Ilnx Ur.l. Telephone 1711
Jspsnese Provisions and
NUUANU STh NEAR KINQ ST.
COTTON CltKPi: SHIRTS, KIMONOS
lilH r'OKT STm AIIOVK IIIIIIKTANIA
Kit the Nens.
, , v. .MULaMaWaltas . JirZva,-, !&ij'
jajMki.'.t .. vfl.4u. ,&.l4r?$!7 ii i".,
ilk'. & aouA'tJ1ik.
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